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Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
Locomotor System
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Locomotor System

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • MUSCLES
    • BONES
    • The body has more than 650 muscles
    • Muscles are the organs that generate movement in people
    • Muscles are composed of water and protein
    • There are muscles voluntary and involuntary
    • The body has 206 bones
    • Main function is to hold the bones and protect organs
    • Bones are made of water, minerals and organic matter
    • There are two types of bone, the spongy and flat
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Muscles of the face:
    The facial muscles contribute to opening and closure of facial orifices, to mimicchewing and speech.
  • 5.
    • Muscles of the arms:
    In human anatomy, the arm is the second segment of the upper limb between the shoulder girdle, which is fixed to the trunk, and forearm. It articulates with the scapulain the first and the second in the ulna
  • 6.
    • Muscles of the legs:
    In human anatomy, the leg is the third segment of the leg or pelvic, between the thighand foot. The leg is articulated with the thigh by the knee and foot by the ankle.
  • 7.
    • Muscles of the body and back:
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • Bones of the face:
    Its main function is to wrap and protect the brain.
  • 10.
    • Bones of the arms:
    These bones are designed with increased strength and robustness to withstandshocks.
  • 11.
    • Bones of the legs:
    The bones of the lower body give us an upright position and allow us to walk. In these bones is the femur which is the longest bone in the body.
  • 12.
    • Muscles of the body and back:
    The primary mission of the bones of the body is wrapped to protect and highway agencies such as the heart. Through the column are all communicators of body andbrain.
  • 13.  
  • 14. There are three types of breaks: 1 .- lace: These are micro - tears of muscle fibers that result in an inflammatory reaction of the affected muscle area, releasing substances that stimulate the nerve endings near muscle pain, heaviness, pins which impairs to perform certain movements. 2 .- Cramps: An involuntary muscle contraction, intense and painful condition affecting various groups of muscle fibers. Its duration is usually not very long, the condition is very common in the calf area, popularly known as "Get on the ball." 3 .- Contracture: the contraction is maintained by a group of muscle fibers. Appearssuddenly and affects the patient for several days, during which he feels a "lump orknot" in the area and touch feels that he "rides or jumps" in the affected muscle
  • 15. There are three types of fracture: 1 .- Simple fracture: partial fracture of the bone without being completely separated from the bone 2 .- comminuted fracture: is one in which the bone is broken into the skin, which is lost or displacement of bone mass 3 .- fracture open / closed: It is one in which the bone is visible through the skin
  • 16. WORK BY ALBERTO RUS RODRIGUEZ THE END

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